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Project Manager - Hospitality & Catering - Surrey - £75,000

Job Title: Project Manager - Hospitality & Catering - Surrey - £75,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Surrey, Surrey
Industry:
Salary: £60000.00 - £75000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J6106
Contact Name: Vikki Bayfield
Contact Email: vikkib@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Project Manager (Hospitality & Catering) - Surrey - £60,000-£85,000

Our client a FTSE 100 multinational company are seeking a Project Manager within hospitality & catering to join their team based in Weybridge , with a background in Retail, Hospitality or Catering.

The IT Manager will be looking after multinational clients and providing digital solutions; setting strategy, delivering key projects and managing senior stakeholders.

Responsibilities:

  • Program management of multiple projects and/or direct management of individual systems projects
  • Operate at both senior level and as an individual contributor, and be comfortable in gathering requirements, analysing data, and delivering to requirements.
  • Demonstrate clear leadership and the ability to influence and persuade business partners
  • Actively participate in, or lead, business workgroups to deliver projects and solutions
  • Independently apply a wide range of technical and process skills to analyse business requirements and advise on scope and options for process, systems and operational improvements
  • Modelling process design to function appropriately into a robust system design
  • Management of changes in implementation of process and systems innovation
  • International travel will be required.

Requirements:

  • Relevant industry background, preferably Retail, Hospitality, Catering.
  • An accomplished consultant and expert in sales and consumer related systems - having led the design and delivery of complex solutions in multiple business transformation programmes on a global basis.
  • It is imperative that you can understand both the needs of the business and the impact on day to day operational teams.
  • Demonstrate expertise in the following process areas:-
  • POS - SAP Retail
  • E-commerce Consumer- order and pay
  • Supply Chain Management (SCM)
  • Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
  • Sales and Distribution (SD)
  • Production Planning (PP)
    • Has a strong combination of business process experience and technological knowledge including cross-functional implications and continuous improvement models.
    • Able to quickly understand the feasibility of processes and the implications on system design and integration.
    • Able to understand, explain and present technical ideas to both technical and non-technical audiences in a persuasive and convincing manner
    • Skilled in gathering requirements, analysing data, and delivering to requirements.

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